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put people back to work. >> it's all mixed in together. i mean, just to talk about what steve was saying there. in the first day after they solved the debt ceiling crisis, they spent -- the u.s. government spent $239 billion. that's 60% of what they're supposed to spend in a week. which is $400 billion. is that scary? the u.s. government is spending $400 billion a week and in the first day, they spent 630%. if you think this debt ceiling debate is going away, it ain't. because that's how much dough they're spending in one day and yet, they're going to talk and get together to cut $1.5 trillion which would kind of be a drop in the bucket. >> before he was elected president of the united states, he was a law professor, does he have the experience to run the bigst economy in the world? fast forward now. here we are. he's the president, we're in economic trouble. eric cantor told "the wall street journal", the president is in over his head. >> when you ask what kind of negotiator he is, to me, it is -- it is not someone who has a grounding in what business is about in this count
and traffic, here is steve. >> welcome back pamela. you are sounding much better. we have clouds fog and drizzle, mist, rain, if you want to call it rain it is fine with me i understand. i always get tweets. it is raining here, that is fine i get you. 50s, 60s and 70s and very low 80s, here is sal. >> traffic looks good if you are driving for the commute. 101 in san mateo, we had an accident just before 3:00 this morning, one car burst into flames and the freeway was briefly shut down in that direction southbound 101. the cars were towed away, and the people injured were taken away. southbound 101 is now open in that area. also this morning we are looking at the westbound bridge and that traffic looks good coming up to the toll plaza, let's go back to the desk. >>> we are starting with news coming from the oakland hills, firefighters are still at the scene of a house fire. paul chambers talked with the homeowners, and it sounds like they woke up just in time. >> good morning dave. >> reporter: the call came out and as you can see they are still out here in this early morning fire in
." >>> let's check in with steve. >>> we have a rip-roarin' sea breeze, 25, 30 miles an hour through the delta. temperatures really held check. a lot of 50s. let's go to sal. >>> traffic is moving along very nicely as you head out to the macarthur maze. the mist has not been as much of a problem as we might have thought. we haven't seen too many fender- benders. we're also looking at interstate 880. there have been a few minor ones but for the most part, we're off to a good start. back to the desk. >>> thank you. new this morning, there are indications that the two uc berkeley graduates detained in iran may be detained soon. the judge promised a verdict in their case sometime this week. just hours ago, return's ambassador told "the associated -- iran's ambassador told" the associated press "he expects them to be released. the three hikers were arrested accused of spying. sarah shourd was released on humanitarian grounds about a year ago. >>> a fire started at a home on alturo place around 3:00 this morning. fire started in the garage which had been converted to a bedroom. when fire c
is steve. >>> we have a bigger fog bank which has lifted and there is also a strong component of a sea breeze. so 50s 60s and 70s livermore 79 and you have to go far to find lower 80s, here is sal. >>> we have an accident on highway 101 which closed lanes for hours. one car burst into flames overnight and people were injured so again 101 the peninsular near third avenue and this has been cleared since. all lanes of 101 have been opened in san mateo. let's look at the westbound bridge and now let's go back to the desk. >>> in overnight news they are still at the scene of a house fire. it happened on rifle lane at about 3:00 this morning. the fire started in the garage which has been converted into living quarters. the flames shot 30 feet into the air burned a couple of trees and the homeowner in the main house saw a bright original close. >> emergency mode, 911 get the kids out of the house and then my brother lives in that garage. >> well the homeowners brother left earlier and just came back a short time ago unharmed. the flames caused some minor damage to the main house and it took
and it is a little bit of wetness on the roadways here is steve. >> there is plenty of rain out there, low clouds have been enhanced by a system moving to the north of us, so it will be a notably gray day, kind of a misty day today. i don't think we'll see much of a change in these temperatures because cloud cover is moving in and concord, that is a cool direction this time of year, west southwest or southwest all the way to the sacramento valley all courtesy of that system spinning in right on the oregon border. it has no problem with low clouds, sun may take awhile for a much cooler day windy at times especially out towards the bay a lot of low overcasts and it will be stubborn to burn off 50s 60s and 70s and livermore concord santa rosa with 62 and 72 in the city. pam? >> thank you steve. >>> strong winds from tropical storm emily are already shaking palm trees in haiti and some rain is starting to fall. that team to be hard on people living in tempt kamsins -- tenth camps since last year's earthquake. emergency workers are distributing information about where the storm is headed. >> we are se
are with us i am steve >> i am alison seymour. tropical storm emily is baring down on haiti rain has already begun to fall in the southern part of that country the brunt of the storm is expected to hit later today the country still trying to recover from last year's mass save earthquake 600,000 people are living in tents and other flimsy built homes. >> let's check with tony for a look at what is happening here kind of messy. >> yeah, a muggy start to the day, misty conditions, fog out there this morning, so not the most pleasant morning we've seen today will be a better day though as the day progresses. let's look at what is happen being the current conditions being reported out there, satellite radar composite shows you -- it doesn't show you as much as what our live shot outside showed you the mist and fog and all of that, well, this can show you the precipitation we had last night is gone, pushed offshore. we were seeing showers a short time ago eastern maryland but that is about it. temperatures across the region right now in the district 77 degrees also 77 down in fredericks burg. balt
seem benign, but iowa republican steve king knows the the elle nazis are up to something sinister. >> they've called it "preventative medicine." well, if you apply that preventative medicine universally, what you end up with is you've prevented a generation. >> stephen: exactly. americans only have children by accident. it's clearly hard to imagine anyone having steve king on purpose. i mean, free birth control... [applause] free birth control will wipe out the american race. that's what wiped out the dinosaurs. a bowl of free condoms. so i don't know how the t-rex got them on. [applause] [laughter] folks, i'm angry. folks, this plan is not just the end of humanity. it is the end of decency. as explained by outraged blonde fox lady. >> why in the world would you encourage your daughters and your granddaughters and whoever else comes behind you to have unrestricted, unlimited sex any time, anywhere? >> stephen: yeah. why? because hickory smoked lady and i know that if we give your daughters and granddaughters access to birth control, they will instantly turn into wanton hard lets w
, political columnist, steve. political reporter from the washington post. and matt lewis, con strib outer for the daily call. first question, are republicans ultimate promise breakers. is they explicitly reneging on entitlement programs for elderly americans. check out what eric can'tor told the wall street journal. >> get the fiscal house in order. come to grips that promises have been made that frankly won't be kept for many. promises are not going to be kept. generations of americans have banked on the fact that medicare and social security will get them through retirement. they will not admit they will default on that promise. >> that quote right there gets two big issues i think and one is it gets to problem republicans were having before the whole debt ceiling issue came to a head. that's when they were proposing the paul ryan overhaul of medicare that turned into a voucher program. you saw how poisonous and unpopular that was. it cost them a special election that they should have won. if that's the language they put forward is causes them problems. but the more immediate issue is h
some moisture in the air. it is 6:00 on a thursday morning. it is august 4th. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. let's say hello to tony perkins this morning. >> you want some fog and mist, you got it. it will be a problem during the early-morning hours. it is a humid start to the day so there is a lot of moisture in the air following the rain showers we had yesterday and last night. let's take a look at the satellite-radar. now, satellite-radar images do not capture fog or mist. you don't really see it there. it does show you where there is still some lingering precipitation and that is primarily in eastern maryland and across the chesapeake bay pushing into delaware now. we're pretty much done with the rain here. might another brief shower pop up? it cpart, we are done with the rain. we do have the mist out there and that has got to work itself out during the next few hours. temperatures across the region, about where you would expect them to be, primarily in the 70s, some 60s. 76degrees in the district. 76 at dulles air -- airport and 75 in ball. misty conditions this mornin
for the "hardball" strategists. a big night for republicans. steve mcmahon playing defense. i'm afraid to say. take it away. batting practice for you. make the case. easiest night of your life. why the president should not get re-elected for a second term? >> simply, you ask the american people, is the country heading in the right direction, and depending on what poll you look at, your latest poll was about 67% say, no. i've seen it as high as 75%. >> make an argument. what's your case? >> four things. jobs, the economy, spending, debt. every one of those indicators people are unhappy with the direction this president has taken the country. if that's what the question of the 2012 cycle is about, barack obama is in real tough shape. >> what's the biggest issue going for you? >> the economy. clearly. >> narrow it down. >> jobs specifically. the economy more broadly. look at economic indicators, economic confidence, in gallup, latest numbers, the lowest of the obama presidency. people don't think the economy is heading in the right direction. >> okay, you made your point. steve? >> listen -- >> jobs?
to its call of duty game. facebook will give advertisers more access. finally, what do bill gates, steve jobs, and mark zuckerberg all have in common? they top gq's list of worst dressed men in silicone valley. >>> good-bye to football hero who became a movie star. hello to a pie in the face. and walk off winners in bean town. sfwlirchlgts plus, a mexican striker teaches a thing or two to europe's soccer champions. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> it's a little too early to be planning your weekend, but as far as the weather goes, emily could be a concern. your forecast is coming up. you're watching "early today." >>> well, a very good morning to you. if you are just waking up, this is "early today." alex rodriguez is known for his hollywood lifestyle off the field, but a-rod's tinseltown ways may have caught up with him. here's mario solis with a look at all of your sports headlines. >>> hi there. good morning. alex rodriguez is no stranger to controversy, and now you can add gambling to the list. major league baseball is looking into allegations that a-rod to
. it survived the 1906 earthquake and fire, but second generation owner steve cornell worries about surviving this economy. >> sometimes i lose sleep at night wondering will i be able to fund my payroll tomorrow and how can i do it? i don't want the checks to bounce. >> reporter: a new survey out today from the national small business association found that 88% of business owners expect the economy to be flat or in a recession over the next 12 months. only 29% say they expect to hire in that time. >> because they're not hiring individuals don't see the chances for them to get jobs in the future, so they're not spending. >> i got a great resume. >> reporter: sharon tatra has been out of work since january 2010. her unemployment benefits run out in six weeks. >> i have to remain positive, and be able to write cover letters and promote myself and try to get a job and not be in the fetal position on the floor crying my eyes out like i'm tempted to do. >> reporter: without her benefits, she doesn't know how she'll pay her rent or buy food. >> you kind of grow up thinking if you're a good person, a
area. steve paulson is up next to tell us if things will change. >>> and nasa revealed new information about mars. charming farmhouse. right next to my posh castle! i'm sensing a theme here. well, i am the queen, dear sister. get your annual ikea catalog today. >>> there will be changes to lunways at -- runways at san francisco's airport. it's to meet federal safety standards to reduce damage to planes that may overshoot the runway. construction may start neck year and be completed by 2015. flights will not be affected. >>> i want to take you back live to wall street, where the dow is making at least a little bit of a come basketball. the 354 points to the negative. is still serious. the -- to the negative is still serious. again, this is about the u.s. economy and the european debt crisis. >>> there's new indication that the two uc beck lurk graduates still jailed in iran could be released soon. the -- uc berkeley graduates still jailed in iran could be released soon. the judge promised a verdict sometime this week. today iran's ambassador told "the associated press" expected two to b
're stressed out or maybe they're going to better things. i want to say thank you to steve for helping me head this whole thing up. appreciate that. [applause] and then to the budget staff, headed up by the great bragg wagner, thank you very much. -- greg wagner. [cheers and applause] greg, you had a wonderful staff did you assemble them and focused on them. i want to name them all, because i know they're going places. that includes rick wilson, monice, megan, rebecca, liel, renee, alessa, jonathan, eash, star, and kate. thank you very much, all of you. [applause] and i want to again give a shout out to all of the department heads. they have been so patient. and even though i have not held to many department head meetings, i think i have relieve you of a lot of that. but all of you department heads, and i do not have to go through all of you, but i want to signal again that it has been wonderful to work with you in different capacities with such a difficult budget this year, you all came through to you did really get jobs in farming and advising members of the board of supervisors as well and
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was discovered dismembered. steve mcdaniel was charged with murder in the death of giddings from maryland. she was seen at the end of june after going out with friends, she was found five days later, police say they found her torso wrapped in plastic and found in a garbage bin. police found a solid case. >>> closer to home, former baltimore colt, buba smith has died. he was the number one draft pick in 1967 with palletmore colts. -- baltimore colts. he played five years in baltimore. one super bowl. baltimore had a better team than the new york jets. buba starred in police academy films. he died on wednesday at the age of 66. >>> abc 2 news is working to make sure you stay up to date on back to school news. students at several schools will have one extra day of summer. 12 schools will be delayed until august 24th. construction projects. schools will start on the 23rd. city starts on the 29th. the county on the 30th. we have a list of the opening dates for arundel on our website at abc2news.com, go there and check out other back to school features, information on school vaccine, available on ab
game. facebook will give advertisers more access. finally, what do bill gates, steve jobs, and mark zuckerberg all have in common? they top gq's list of worst dressed men in silicone valley. >>> good-bye to football hero who became a movie star. hello to a pie in the face. and walk off winners in bean town. sfwlirchlgts plus, a mexican striker teaches a thing or two to europe's soccer champions. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> it's a little too early to be planning your weekend, but as far as the weather goes, emily could be a concern. your forecast is coming up. you're watching "early today." >>> in his first homer of the season. who needs a-rod? yankees win 18-7. another day, another homer for the indians jason. it's just his fourth of the year, but he has hit all of them in the game. that's a good average. jacobyelsbury has a good thing going. won tuesday ae game with the single, and this one with the sole yoi shot. red sox beat the indians 4-3. former nfl star and actor bubba smith passed away yesterday. he was the top pick in the 1967 draft, and also
congressman steve dryhouse can proceed with defamation lawsuit against pro-life group that was going to run negative political ads against him. the group was preparing to run the huge billboards, calling the guy out on his abortion record. he claims to be pro-life, which is a weird twist to the whole story. as soon as he threatened the lawsuit, the group pulled the ads. they never went up on the billboard. now a judge said you can go ahead. kimberly, you are the attorney here. i to ask you, this seems so bizarre to me. >> kimberly: is it really, though? >> monica: it's rough and tumble sports. listen, your opponent will lie about you no matter what. you should noah you are getting into, eyes wide open if you are going to run. >> kimberly: nevertheless, ads publicized by the media and they got play and he can say he was damaged. proof in the pudding, he lost. countersued by the organization saying you damaged us and we had to send money defending your frivolous lawsuit there is public outcry about ads. what happened with rand paul. that is what is happening, if you say all this stuff, you da
making it difficult for people in haiti. steve harrigan is live in port-au-prince. good evening. >> reporter: the first rain is falling in the capital of port port that could prove to be -- port-au-prince that could prove to be a long night for haitian. 600,000 still live in the tents. emily has been downgraded from tropical storm to tropical wave, the danger here and reason the government put its people on red alert the rain. there could be anywhere from 12 to 20 inches of torrential rain. in the best case scenario, that could prove to be a nightmare. but it could produce flash floods. the rains killed 28 people in june. heavy rains could kill a lot more. government preparation, it's been perfunctory. we have seen tape put up and men going around with loud speakers talking about evacuation. for many people, there is no place to go. the newly elected president has had zero appearance. he's a former pop star. on the recent outing he was pelted by people with soda bottles and rocks no strong help from the government in the time of crisis for people of haiti who are looking for tou
, and steve harrigan is streaming life from haiti. >> reporter: shannon, still some blue in the sky here in port-au-prince, but those darker clouds are moving in. the real question is will these tents where more than 600,000 haitians still live since the earthquake 18 months ago, will they be able to stand up to tropical force winds and torrential rainses? if you take a look, most of them are basically tarp, pieces of wood or tin put together. so it's a question will they stand up to the wind, but also the rain. we could get several feet of flooding in some areas, and one real danger is going to be flash floods as well as mudslides. this is about the only preparation we've seen so far, the government putting up a piece of tape which no one's paying attention to. the canal really could just slide, and many of these tents in this tent city could slide off right with it. the real concern is with mudslides, also with cholera as well, a water-borne disease. it's killed 6,000 people, so when you get 20 inches of rain, that's likely to spread further as well. as an emergency backdrop, there are
. >> steve: speaking of famous dave, dave briggs, thank you for joining us today. >> dave: great to be here. >> gretchen: "fox & friends" for the after the show show. have a great day. bill: we're going to cheer you up or maybe not. with a stroke of the president's pen, u.s. borrowing spikes passing the 100% mark. now, what es that mean? from the treasury department, it reveals u.s. debt shot up 238 billion dollars on tuesday. that brings our new total to well over $4.5 trillion. america, now, in the same debt league as greece and italy and ireland, and it might get worse. i mean, rome and athens are great places to visit. >> they are. bill: probably wouldn't want to do a whole lot of business. i'm bill hemmer, good morning. alisyn: good morning to you, i'm al sin camarota. our debt is more than 100% of our gdp. this is the largest one-day bump in history. bill: can't make it up. stuart varney, fox business network, what does all this mean to you and me? >> reporter: let's spell it out in plain establish, the economy is $14.5 trillion, the debt is $14.5 trillion. in other words, the debt is
is happening, steve massocca with wedbush securities is joining us. hello, steve. >> hello. if we spoke to about two hours ago. her the dow's offer over three of the points. any insight? >> previous sellouts were driven by poor economic data. now i think this is being driven by a couple of things. first of all, concerns about debt levels in >> i am watching insurance policies that investors can take out on government debt. i'm looking in places like hall italy, greece, spain and belgium. they are all showing big increases in the cost of that couple that with the japanese yen been weekend, this was dollar been weakened, all of that is giving uncertainty as to what is going on in the world. the market do not like uncertainty. that is why we are seeing significant declines. >> we had solid gains for retail sales and some positive factors with gm reporting a big quarterly profit. the market is largely ignoring the positive news. >> exactly. that indeed was positive news. people have been concerned about the economy. there has been a lot of negative information coming out earlier in the week
for baldwin as this will be his 16th time hosting that show, the most ever. he's currently tied with steve martin for most hostings of "snl." and you can watch the kickoff of the 37th season of "saturday night live" on september 24th. >>> this year, you will not see comedian jerry lewis on the mda telethon. the muscular dystrophy association says the veteran entertainer is no longer serving as their national chairman and will not be replaced. he announced in may that he is retiring from the telethon that has become synonymous with his name. lewis planned to make his final appearance at this year's telethon. the association offered no explanation for this change. >>> yankees' third baseman alex rodriguez could soon find himself benched by major league baseball. baseball officials are looking into allegations that rodriguez played in illegal underground poker games and could possibly suspend him if it's confirmed that he participated in those games. there are reports he played at a game where drugs were used and a fight nearly broke out over money. rodriguez was also warned back in 2005 to s
, steve warned that if this devolves into revolutionary justice where there is a departure from dew due process t obviously this would be a stain on egypt's reputation, but i think what people in egypt may be afraid of is precisely the opposite, that the courts will get mired in due process and actually won't hold mubarak sufficiently accountable, either because of their kind of internal processes or because they've been directed by the military to not punish mubarak. so that i think is what people are worried about is they're worried that the court system may not punish mubarak as fully as people believe he needs to be punished. so there is this very delicate balancing act that has to happen. >> precisely what i mean by revolutionary justice and a desire for revenge, which you can understanding. this is why perhaps this trial in this way is not the best way of going about it. perhaps a truth in reconciliation commission, along the lines of what happened in south africa many years ago, may have been a better way to go. >> warner: because that would lay out all the abuse, how the secret
call of duty game. facebook will give advertisers more access. finally, what do bill gates, steve jobs, and mark zuckerberg all have in common? they top gq's list of worst dressed men in silicon valley. >>> the resident crisis may be behind us, but the nation's economy is far from healthy. last night michael eric dyson who guest hosted the ed show asked bill maher if he thinks some democrats are becoming disillusioned with president obama's leadership. >> i think for a lot of people who like obama, and we always will like obama, we love him as a person, you know, he's such a breath of fresh air as a president, a hip, smart law professor. but there's just something missing there as far as the way he fights back. unless he's just more conservative than we thought. but whatever it is, i have to tell you, the magic is gone after the bush tax cuts, after he he rolled over on that and a number of other things. and this latest one, he has no credibility with me. i mean, i heard him the other day getting right back on the podium saying, well, now we need tax increases, he with need to get some
kick off 16th time.nting for he's tied with steve martin at 15 each. baldwin is the only non-cast member with his own "best of" dvd. saturday night, september 24th. mayor stephanie rawlings blake attends her first forum. a massive recall involving a 34 million pounds of ground turkey. where they were sold and what products are affected, coming up. cook soapbox derby racing comes cook soapbox derby racing comes the baltimore >> set about raising is back, but this time it is different. -- sop abox racing is back. >> kids at different learning centers put the gather their cars for the big race. rob roblin as the story. >> four weeks, have been putting their cars together. today was the big day. it is race day. [cheers] the first ever great salt box derby of baltimore city. middle school students have been putting together their race cars as part of a special math and science learning program sponsored by baltimore city schools. >> they learn how to work together as a team, the alarm problem solving. sometimes the brakes to do not work. but they have to figure it out. it is real
steve sanders. >>and an dina bair we welcome our viewers who are watching us around the country on wgn america and on the web. wgn's and nancy loo is live in chicago's bronzeville neighborhood with a live report on that shooting >>the boy was out here willing to shoot hoops with anyone who was willing to play this park according to his parents was like his refuge until yesterday ... >>13 year-old darius brown died while playing the game that he loved ... his parents the devastated were somewhat comforted by the fact that he died while doing something he loved ... >>is mama sent him to all of the basketball camps he loved the game ... xp5>>someone opened fire from a car driving south on state street a dozen kids were playing ball with various at the time ... >> >>darius died hours later of one single gunshot wound to the chest he was a key player on the catholic school basketball team where he attended classis ... >>he believed that basketball would get him out of this community and we prayed for him that it would have ... >>is believed that certain surveillance video may be able
pitcher steve and strasbourg try to make it back to the big leagues. -- lang back to the big leagues. off to denver for an four s-game series with the rockies starting tonight. >>> still another half-hour of "good morning washington." >> alex rodriguez's poker face. why the yankee superstar is at the center of an illegal gambling investigation. >> got the beneficial rain yesterday. this morning, some areas of fog. looks like it's going [ cherie ] i wanted to make a difference in my community. [ kimberly ] the university gave me the knowledge to make a difference in people's lives. [ carrie ] you're studying how to be an effective leader. [ cherie ] you're dealing with professionals, teaching things that they were doing every day. [ kimberly ] i manage a network of over a thousand nurses. [ carrie ] i helped turn an at-risk school into an award-winning school. [ cherie ] i'm responsible for the largest urban renewal project in utah. [ kimberly ] and university of phoenix made it possible. learn more at phoenix.edu. >>> live and in hd, this is "good morning washington," on y
and her new attorney steve sadal is joining us from atlanta. good morning to all of you. >> good morning. >> good morning. >> good morning to you again, steve. choosing probation means this is all over behind you. choosing a new trial brings a lot of emotional risks and legal risks. what is your decision? >> well, i have decided to go along with a new trial. >> why is that? >> because the first what you said about the emotional risk and the legal risk versus just letting it be over as i mentioned before going through things like this makes you a heck of a lot tougher. and by all means, you know, you don't want to wake up in the morning with that hanging over your head. it's bad enough to wake up every morning knowing that you will never see them again. and the conviction hanging there also, it's -- that will be a little bit more emotional in the long run. it's going to stay forever, along with the fact that he's gone. >> to make that decision, you have to have some faith. no, if, in fact, the justice system mistreated you last time, it won't again? >> that's a risk i'm willing to take. a
with a divided government. the markets are reacting. and steve in maryland. charles, krauthammer is wrong and you are right, bill. sorry about butchering your name. gary from illinois. just received my shirt for becoming a premium member. my son wants a pinheads and patriots shirt. this is fun. for us, gary, because you and thousands of others become premium members and buy stuff, we are able to give close to a million dollars to charity this year. david, san antonio, texas, bill we watch "the factor" in the galapagos islands. i want to know go there. brian neal, vacaville, california, saw "the factor" at the golden tulip inn in amsterdam, holland. another, watch you from a small town in northern thailand. appreciate all of you writing to us from all over the world. finally tonight, jon stewart traveled to afghanistan to meet the troops over there. stewart well understands the sacrifice of our military people overseas. >> the patience they display, the tenacity they display and competence they splay are astonishing, and they're doing it on a surface that at times resembles what i assume to be ven
in skinny -- jeans and ties come in skinny sizes and suits exist. number 2 on the list, apple's ceo steve jobs for his black turtleneck and dad jeans. more like granddad jeans. >> and rounding out the top 3 microsoft's ceo bill gates for his harry potter post-hogwarts look. >> my guess, all three really don't care. >> they can dress any way they wanted to because they can afford it. >> i'd settle for one of their paychecks and i would wear whatever they wanted me to wear for the rest of my life. >> agreed. >>> coming up, 6:26. we are learning more about the turkey brands just recall over the deadly salmonella outbreak. coming up. >>> plus, runways at sfo are not in compliance with federal standards. the changes planned to keep passengers safe. >>> and a fire breaks out in oakland this morning. family members evacuate the main building. but one woman can't find her brother in the back in-law unit. we'll have all the details in a live report coming up. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. >>> let's go live to new york city. this is wall street. they are jus
, august 4, 2011 and some wet roads out there this morning. something we haven't seen if a while. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. -- something we haven't seen for a while. >> let's say hello to tony perkins. >> are you stretched out and ready to go? >> oh, yes, but i don't do that. that is a lot of work. >> they did a good job. >> they did do a good job. they are both in fairly decent shape. >> that is a compliment? >> i don't know if it is or not. we have a little mist out there. a couple of little showers here and there but you will use your windshield wipers as you are driving in this morning. we did have the showers come through yesterday, some much- needed rain. the bulk of that rain is offshore now but you can see we do have some lingering precipitation and even where it is not precipitating, quote, unquote, we have the misty conditions and road spray. reagan national airport reporting a temperature of 76 degrees. the huge is back up there again. 91% but i think we'll see gradual improvement in that during the day. wind are out of the west at three miles per hour. your fore
. 72 up in cross junction from steve. centreville is at 75 along with alexandria this morning. columbia, 75. showers just off to the north. in baden, a sticky, steamy, 73. we're at 77 with that dew point at 73 and a north wind at 8 miles per hour under cloudy skies at national. we'll continue to see some of the showers try to move south during the day or southwest during the day. so, that's why we've gotta worry about a couple of passing showers today. don't think we'll have any washouts. until maybe saturday. saturday could turn wet because the moisture tomorrow banks up against the mountains. as we head into saturday, we'll turn north and east. we're ok for the most part on friday. look what happens saturday. this moisture tries to work its way back. we'll see how much of that gets back here. certainly, clouds increasing again on saturday. quick look at what's going on with emily in the tropics here affecting haiti and the dominican republic. heavy rains. maybe a foot or more across haiti. winds at 50 miles per hour. this system goes through eastern cuba and the bahamas. potentially,
. bring in the panel. steve hayes for "weekly standard." a.b. stoddard from the hill. and sindcated columnnist crowd crowd crowd. we all have handoffitis, a.b. give us a synopsis for those at home who have to get caught up on the faa standoff. >> it's gone back to the senate passage of the bipartisan bill in the winter. this ends up being i don't like your version and you deep like mine. the house on july 20 passed a short-term extension because you were on the stand off. at that point, the senate democrat passed an extension through september 30. so there would be no furlough, no problems, but it kicks in action a few days later. because the senate has not accepted. the democratic majority in the senate is having issue with the house's version of the bill. there is dispute over the labor provision, that democrats view as antilabor. at 5:00, the senate majority leader asked speaker boehner to pass another clean version. they don't think the house version is clean enough. it's a continued fight over -- no one wants to furlough the workers. this is irreparable damage to the economy. t
steve williams. tiger said it's time for a change and he has no regrets about firing him. cold. >>> that's it for "wake-up call." "american morning" starts right now. >>> thousands of americans off the job because congress failed to do its job. good morning. i'm carol costello. new details on calls this morning for congress to get back to work and reach a decision to fund the faa. >>> and a major health alert this morning. i'm christine romans. what could be a deadly outbreak of salmonella poisoning has now spread to half of the country. it's been linked to ground turkey. what you need to know about this recall to keep your family safe. >>> i'm ashe velshi. burning up another day of searing heat. it's already proving deadly on this "american morning." >>> good morning to you. are you awake yet? >> you will be. >> happy thursday. it's august 4th. this is "american morning." there's a lot going on today. >> we should get right to it. >> i want to talk first about the heat. heat is on congress to finish their business as we've been reporting. they've left washington without resolving a disp
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